In the News

Saint John's Abbey and University Church featured in Monday, June 29 Architectural Digest blog "Getty Foundation Grants to Preserve Important Modern Buildings"

Michael Hemesath, SJU president, featured in Sunday, June 28 St. Cloud Times "To A Higher Degree" column "Is the student-athlete an endangered species?"

Saint John's featured in Sunday, June 28 Star Tribune column titled "Campus sustainability: Going green is just part of the plot"

Saint John's Abbey and University Church featured in Thursday, June 25 Los Angeles Times article "Saving the 20th century: New Getty Foundation grants for modern architecture"

Ann Jonas, general book buyer, featured in Friday, June 19 The Visitor book review "Major league manager teaches values for baseball and beyond"

Bernie Evans, Virgil Michel Ecumenical Chair in Rural Social Ministries at Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, featured in Friday, June 19 The Visitor column "Do Minnesota health insurers really need a large rate increase?"

Matt Lindstrom, Edward L. Henry professor of political science and McCarthy Center director, quoted in Tuesday, June 16 Bloomberg Politics article "What if Bernie Sanders Pulls A Eugene McCarthy?"

Sarah Gainey, Saint John's Outdoor University environmental education coordinator, featured in Sunday, June 14 St. Cloud Times article "New YES! coordinator excited to share her experiences"

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, featured in Sunday, June 14 St. Cloud Times column "Baby bottles teach us how water moves in plants"

Becky Van Ness, Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary director of graduate certificate in spiritual direction, featured in Saturday, June 13 St. Cloud Times article "Encounter brings Catholics, Buddhists together"

Glenda Burgeson, editorial services director, featured in Friday, June 12 St. Cloud Times editorial "WNBA pay level may mean its demise"

Bridget Cummings '15 student commencement speaker featured in Friday, June 5 St. Cloud Times opinion piece "Graduation speech: Embrace stories, history, memories"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, June 5 The Visitor column "What is the best way to receive Communion?"

Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Wednesday, June 3 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "Add some history to your vacation plans"

Fr. Columba Stewart, OSB, Hill Museum & Manuscript Library executive director, quoted in Monday, June 1 The New York Times article "Medicine's Hidden Roots in an Ancient Manuscript"

Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in Monday, June 1 MinnPost.com column "What's the value of teaching the liberal arts? Ask Adam Smith"

Luke Newgaard '15 SJU student commencement speech featured in Sunday, May 31 St. Cloud Times "We are capable of accomplishing great things"

Theresa Nelson, fine arts programming gallery supervisor, quoted in Thursday, May 28 St. Cloud Times article "Visit imaginary island via art exhibit"

Rob Culligan, SJU vice president for institutional advancement, and Tom Stock, SJU athletic director, featured in Thursday, May 28 St. Cloud Times article "SJU close to go-ahead on facility upgrades, expansion"

Gary Prevost, professor of political science, featured in Wednesday, May 27 MinnPost.com column "Hopes of Cubans may be overly optimistic; GOP roadblocks likely in Congress"

Ron Pagnucco, associate professor of peace studies, quoted in Tuesday, May 26 National Catholic Reporter blog "Encyclical on environment sparks hope among academics, activists"

Bernie Evans, Virgil Michel Ecumenical Chair in Rural Social Ministries at Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, featured in Friday, May 22 The Visitor column "Should the Trans-Pacific Partnership be approved by Congress?"

Saint John's Abbey featured in Friday, May 22 The Visitor article "Meet the Monks of St. John's Abbey"

Kristin Colberg, assistant professor of theology, quoted in Thursday, May 21 National Catholic Reporter article "A celebration of the Voices of Young Catholic Women project"

CSB/SJU Choral Arts Ensemble featured in Monday, May 18 WOLL-Magazin article "Auftritt des „Choral Arts Ensembles" in Meschede"

Robert Bell, assistant professor of accounting and finance, featured on Thursday, May 14 HuffPost Live segment "How Life In A Wheelchair Can Be Just As Fulfilling"

CSB featured in Wednesday, May 13 HuffPost blog by commencement speaker Valarie Kaur "Class of 2015: Flare Up, Let Your Life Sing"

Nick Hayes, professor of history and University Chair in Critical Thinking, featured on Wednesday, May 13 MPR News Presents segment "Nick Hayes: Putin vs. Obama: The New Cold War?"

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, featured in Sunday, May 10 St.Cloud Times column "Tasty ramps, or wild leeks, are among spring ephemerals"

Glenda Burgeson, editorial services director, featured in Friday, May 8 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "Aquatics center deserves support despite rocky road"

Fr. Nickolas Kleespie, OSB, and Br. Lewis Grobe, OSB, featured in Friday, May 8 The Visitor article "Newly ordained live vocation with faith, friendship" 

Ann Jonas, general book buyer, featured in Friday, May 8 The Visitor book review "'Dead Wake' tells riveting story of ocean liner's sinking"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, May 8 The Visitor column "Pray with us during the Year of Consecrated Life"

CSB and SJU mentioned in Friday, May 8 WJON radio story "Area college students set to graduate this weekend"

Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Wednesday, May 6 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "TPP trade pact fails on so many levels"

SJU mentioned in Wednesday, May 6 Los Angeles Times article "Behind their charms, single-sex colleges struggle with their nature"

CSB and Rita Knuesel, provost, featured in Tuesday, May 5 St. Cloud Times story "Groundswell founder will speak at 100th CSB graduation"

Tom Kroll, Saint John's Outdoor University director, quoted in Saturday, May 2 St. Cloud Times article "Insects may be biggest threat to drought-stressed trees"